In new nation unsure of structure and govt, he provided the army and the ppl a symbol of stability around which they could rally, held nation together 2 The War for Independence a The First Phase: Won conventional battles but harassed as they moved thru countryside by Patriot guerillas.
Siege failed, Canada not to become part of US iv British evacuation not so much victory as changing English assumptions about war. Eventually issued paper money, led to inflation, value of money plummeted. Boston legislature denounced them as traitors, when rebels advanced on Springfield state militia defeated them January Christmas Washington attacked across Deleware iii British sought to capture Philadelphia to discourage Patriots, rally Loyalists, end war quickly.
In many cities and towns impoverished women class emerged ii Sometimes women chose, other times forced to join camps of Patriot armies, raised morale and performed necessary tasks on cooking, nursing, cleaning.
Clear conflict not local phenomenon around Boston but larger war b The Second Phase: Allowed for expanded assistance- money, munitions, navy e The Final Phase: Taxes to church halted, support from England ceased, few ministers remained. Continental Congress was main coordinator of war effort d Mobilizing for War i Nation needed to raise, organize, equip, and pay for army.
Privateering used by Americans to pretty on Brit commerce. Revolutionary ideas introduced slaves to idea of liberty. Segments of population previously apathetic now forced to involve themselves iv In North fighting stalemate after British moved forces to New York.
The South i After defeat at Saratoga and French intervention British govt put limit on commitment to conflict, tried to enlist loyalist dissidents believed to be centered in South to fight from within ii British forced moved from battle to battlebut much less Loyalist sentiment than predicted.
Most Loyalists of average means but many were wealthy, after they left estates and social and economic leadership vacancies iii Anglicans were mostly Loyalists, in colonies where it was official religion such as MA and VA. But series of Patriot victories followed, Burgoyne forced to withdraw to Saratoga where Gates surrounded him and forced surrender of 5, man army v Campaign Patriot success, led to alliance btwn US and France vi British failure due to William Howe abandoning northern campaign and letting Burgoyne fight alone, allowed Washington to retreat and regroup instead of finishing him, left Continental army unmolested in Valley Forge c The Iroquois and the British i Iroquois Confederacy declared neutrality inbut Joseph and Mary Brant persuaded some tribes to support British Mohawk, Seneca, Cayuga.
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